To equip delegates with the knowledge and skills to be able to carry out hazardous substance risk assessments effectively.
As part of their responsibility under the COSHH regulations, organisations must provide suitable training relating to the control of such substances. These can range from everyday cleaning products to the most hazardous airborne contaminants.
Who is this course suitable for?
Anyone involved in the assessment of risk from hazardous substance in the workplace.
- Reasons for managing health and safety – moral, economic and legal
- Legal requirement for risk assessment and hazardous substance risk assessment
- Forms and classification of hazardous substances
- Risks associated with hazardous substances
- Workplace exposure limits
- Risk assessment
- Control measures
COSHH AwarenessFind out moreUnder the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations 2002, employers are required to ensure the safety of workers when using any dangerous substances.
Health and Safety Awareness for Managers/SupervisorsFind out morePhoenix's Health & Safety Awareness for Managers and Supervisors course provides delegates with an understanding of their responsibilities for managing the health and safety of their staff.
Health and Safety Awareness for EmployeesFind out moreUnder the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, employers are required to ensure that workers are provided with adequate information and training to minimise risks at work.